Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone

  title={Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone},
  author={Immanuel Kant and Theodore M. Greene and Hoyt Hopewell Hudson},
Sounding sacred: Interpreting musical and poetic trances.
This essay investigates the relationship between trance and various musical and poetic expressions that accompany trance when it is interpreted as sacred. In other words, the aim of this
Mysticism as accommodation of transcendence
Proceedings of the 16th conference of the South African Science and Religion Forum (SASRF) of the Research Institute for Theology and Religion held at the University of South Africa, Pretoria, 2-3
The centrality of the trinity. Exploring the significance for christians, catechists and deacons
‘The mystery of the Most Holy Trinity is the central mystery of Christian faith and life ... the source of all the other mysteries of faith, the light that enlightens them.’ This passage from the
The Birth Pangs of the Absolute: Longing and Angst in Schelling and Kierkegaard
Considering the significance of moods for philosophy, Schelling’s concept of Sehnsucht, objectless yearning that slides toward Angst, is an attempt to show something fundamental about life. From a
Christ and the Perfection of Creation in Schleiermacher's Dogmatic Theology
To many of his critics, Schleiermacher’s Christology signals an explicit weakness in his theological system, as his emphasis on religious feeling and subjectivity seems to undermine any claims of the
The return to the visual in theological thinking
Theological thinking has shifted radically in the past half century as we shift back from a primarily textual and verbal culture to one which is heavily reliant on the immediacy of the visual. This,
Persons are a result of acts, particularly actions with others, i.e., personal relations. In this paper, I will show, through the notions of interest and empathy, that persons are formed as a result
Benjamin’s Profane Uses of Theology: The Invisible Organon
Invisible, but suggestive and fruitful; deprived of any reference to doctrine or ultimate assertive foundations, but nevertheless used in Benjamin like written images, crystallized as “images of
The future of political theology and the legacy of Carl Schmitt
"Every power is transcendent; the Transcendent is power; every attempt to escape power is a way to seize power; every movement, which is directed to the prevention or limitation of power, is a
The history of thinking about miracles in the West.
There are some aspects of miracles to which almost all definitions point, namely, miracles being extraordinary, related to nature, and triggered by factors differing from natural causes that are already known.